The Queen's Head

Row 1

66 Acton St (Grays Inn Rd)
London, WC1X 9NB
+44 20 7713 5772
$ $
Mon, Sun: Noon–11:00 PM Tue–Sat: Noon–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • A super little neighbourhood pub in Bloomsbury with an inspired beer selection, cheese and meat boards, and thoughtful design touches. Theres live music, comedy and a regular quiz.
  • What can I say, literally the best pub in London!
  • Proper pub, with proper beer.
  • What an absolute gem. Haven't seen a pub so avid and ambitious when it comes to stocking the most unique beers. Their bottle selection alone is unparalleled. Deserves success.
  • Be nice to the mayor cos he is awesome
  • Queens Head pale ale (the house brew) is a tasty, easy drinking session beer. Also very nice staff, ask for suggestions or a sampler of anything on tap.
  • Very good beer selection. The Kernel brewery is definitely recommended. Pork pies were also good here.
  • My favourite pub around King's Cross. Extremely wide range of independent ales, ciders, spirits that's always changing. Free blues and jazz some nights.
  • Good beering, poor hearing!
  • No nonsense cheese sandwich
  • They claim to be the best pub in London - and I definitely won't argue with them! Try and come for the ragtime jazz & blues on Thursdays - perfect accompaniment to a delicious ale.
  • Stride Piano every thursday, AMAZING!
  • Impressed with this pub on my first visit. Interesting beers and friendly staff. A winner!
  • Good service. Friendly place. Order the Melton Mowbray Pork Pie, just delicious!
  • Fantastic ploughman's plate but disappointed to find they don't serve butter with the bread! Margarine?! It's not world war 2 anymore...
  • Does the mould on the plumbing have a name yet? Great beers though. Let's hope they're not related
  • Great beer selection, chill staff. Wifi password is beerbeer66 as of Dec 2011
  • Just outside the pub it has been written "best pub in london" and no doubt it is the best, amazing collection of ales, lagers and ciders, and they keep on changing, a friendly barman and decent crowd.
  • Free folk gigs every other Wednesday
  • The food isn't particularly inspiring (sandwiches only) but beer selection is good